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Stopped by on our way through town on a recommendation from a local. LOVE the history was built in 1846 - famous people stayed there (Mary Pickford, Gloria Swanson) ; was made into a temporary hospital when a train loaded with Civil war prisoners collided...with a coal train (ghosts anyone?). Has it's own bowling alley (you set the pins). Last, but certainly not least, the staff and locals are awesome!!! Clean cold beer taps. Highly recommended.More
This is a huge stop for motorcycle runs to stop at.....old place and something to see but the ceiling is coming down over the bar and the place smells.....not sure of just age (or mold or both!!) I noticed they serve food, which I am...sorry I would never order there and I haven't seen anyone order food the 2 times I was there briefly. I was actually shocked to hear that they serve food.....
Bowling alley with the hand set pins upstairs is definitely something to see and the old ladies room upstairs.More
I first came upon this place a few years ago. It was recommended to me by a friend. I loved it because I love old historic American relics with historic artifacts all throughout. You can visualize how it must have been once upon a time....Whoever built this place had a really nice spot in the middle of beautiful territory. The best is the railroad that runs right in front of it. It is just like The Whistle Stop Cafe.
I went back a few times an had some drinks and their lobster dinners that they are famous for. You get a lobster dinner for 17 dollars that include salad and a vegetable with a potato or french fries. The dining room is upstairs and it has charm and quaintnes.
But each time I go there, I see that no one ever cleans the place. There are flies all over and they are inside the windows. There are not a few either. You must make a determined effort to ignore them and the filth. As I go through the place I always think it would be greatly improved if someone would clean it. It is such a shame because it could be so nice if it was cared for. The last time I went, on Saturday, it was my last. I can't eat there if it's that dirty anymore. I feel sad about that because it was so pretty once upon a time. I see in my mines eye of what it would be like if it were clean, but it is not.More
At first it looked like a dump and was contemplating going somewhere else to eat but it quickly grew on me. Looking around and seeing all the old part of it was like traveling back in time a bit. Bartender was really nice and was...place playing her personal song mix on a speaker which I liked. Blue cheese burger was really good and so where the bbq wings. Its a little out of the way but thats what makes it special. Definitely going back.More
Rohmans is across the river from where I live. We started going there in the 80's, after we bought our house on the Delaware River. It has been around for over 100 years. It's not fancy. But there is a lot of history associated with...the bar and is worth stopping in for a beer. Food is also served. And, best of all, there is a bowling alley upstairs - you need to hire a kid to set the pins - nothing mechanical here! Our family has spent a few birthdays and Xmas vacation days bowling.More
Never,Never, Ever change the atmosphere of Rohman's. We Brooklyn,NY boys have been going to Rohman,s since the 1970,s.after hunting or after fishing we would head to Rohman's: low ceiling, tilted floor, stinky mens room. snap back broken bar stoole's.
The coldest beer, Great shots and...fresh squeezed oj for the screwdrivers.
The Brooklyn Boy,s ( Park Slope ) : Greg (RIP ) , Dave ,Larry, Kenny,John Schretz. and Bob.More
Rohman's is a visit to an earlier time. Not a replica of an earlier time, the real thing. This is a dive bar filled with neighbors catching up on life over a few beers. The food is fine, for bar food. Upstairs is a dining...room and bowling alley that must have been hot fifty or one hundred years ago when this was a major excursion destination. They're closed now, but there are some tools laying around so maybe there is a future. To be sure, former neighbor Zane Grey stopped here for a few cool ones in his day.More
I agree with so many of the other comments by other reviewers (dive bar with lots of personality, good food, friendly service, authentic old inn, etc). However, I also agree with the reviewer who said the place is falling apart and needs to be rehabbed...a little bit. The cracked and broken ceiling looks like something out of a nightmare, the lighting could be improved, plus the table behind the bar is bending down. These things could be fixed without making the place less authentic (as if a broken ceiling is indicative of how everything was 150 years ago).More
The atmosphere is a throwback to a 1950's roadhouse. The bar is great and the food excellent. It's fun. In season, you can raft on the Delaware just behind the restaurant. On weekends there often is a line of bikes out front. It can be...noisy inside!More